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Windows Internals, Part 2

Windows Internals, Part 2 - Andrea Allievi

Windows Internals, Part 2


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.
Led by three renowned Windows internals experts, this classic guide is now fully updated for Windows 10 and 8.x. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these hidden behaviors firsthand.
Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:
  • Startup and shutdown
  • The Windows Registry
  • Windows management mechanisms
  • WMI
  • System mechanisms
  • ALPC
  • ETW
  • Cache Manager
  • Windows file systems
  • The hypervisor and virtualization
  • UWP Activation
Revised throughout, this edition also contains three entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support

Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


The definitive guide to modern Windows internals: new coverage of virtualization, file systems, boot, security, and more.

For advanced computing professionals, this is the definitive up-to-date guide to how Windows core components behave "under the hood." Using it, experienced developers can build more powerful and scalable software, administrators can debug complex system and performance problems, and security researchers can harden their systems. This Seventh Edition is fully updated through the May 2021 (21H1/2104) updates to Windows 10 and Windows Server (2022, 2019, and 2016). It adds extensive content on Hyper-V, plus fully rewritten chapters on the boot process, new storage technologies, and Windows system and management mechanisms. As always, it delivers unparalleled insight based on insider access to Microsoft source code, with hands-on experiments using the latest debugging tools to show you Windows' internal behaviors firsthand. With Windows 11 introducing new user interface design elements that build upon the same core technologies as Windows 10, readers will be well-prepared for this new chapter of computing.

Leading Windows insiders help you:

- Discover system mechanisms for serving device drivers and applications, including ALPC, Object Manager, synchronization, WNF, WoW64, and the processor execution model

- Explore underlying hardware architecture, including trap processing, segmentation, and side channel vulnerabilities

- Understand Windows virtualization, and how virtualization-based security (VBS) protects against OS vulnerabilities

- Delve into key management and configuration mechanisms, including the Registry, Windows services, WMI, and Task Scheduling

- Explore diagnostic services such as Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) and DTrace

- Learn how the cache manager and file system drivers interact to provide reliable support for files, directories, and disks, including on Persistent Memory (NVDIMM) DAX devices.

- Understand NTFS, ReFS, and other Windows file systems

- Review Windows startup/shutdown operations, and OS components involved in boot flow

- Analyze UEFI-based Secure Boot, Measured Boot, and Secure Launch

About This Book

- For experienced programmers, architects, software quality and performance specialists, administrators, security practitioners, and support professionals

- Assumes you are a Windows power user


The definitive guide to modern Windows internals: new coverage of virtualization, file systems, boot, security, and more.

For advanced computing professionals, this is the definitive up-to-date guide to how Windows core components behave "under the hood." Using it, experienced developers can build more powerful and scalable software, administrators can debug complex system and performance problems, and security researchers can harden their systems. This Seventh Edition is fully updated through the May 2021 (21H1/2104) updates to Windows 10 and Windows Server (2022, 2019, and 2016). It adds extensive content on Hyper-V, plus fully rewritten chapters on the boot process, new storage technologies, and Windows system and management mechanisms. As always, it delivers unparalleled insight based on insider access to Microsoft source code, with hands-on experiments using the latest debugging tools to show you Windows' internal behaviors firsthand. With Windows 11 introducing new user interface design elements that build upon the same core technologies as Windows 10, readers will be well-prepared for this new chapter of computing.

Leading Windows insiders help you:

- Discover system mechanisms for serving device drivers and applications, including ALPC, Object Manager, synchronization, WNF, WoW64, and the processor execution model

- Explore underlying hardware architecture, including trap processing, segmentation, and side channel vulnerabilities

- Understand Windows virtualization, and how virtualization-based security (VBS) protects against OS vulnerabilities

- Delve into key management and configuration mechanisms, including the Registry, Windows services, WMI, and Task Scheduling

- Explore diagnostic services such as Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) and DTrace

- Learn how the cache manager and file system drivers interact to provide reliable support for files, directories, and disks, including on Persistent Memory (NVDIMM) DAX devices.

- Understand NTFS, ReFS, and other Windows file systems

- Review Windows startup/shutdown operations, and OS components involved in boot flow

- Analyze UEFI-based Secure Boot, Measured Boot, and Secure Launch

About This Book

- For experienced programmers, architects, software quality and performance specialists, administrators, security practitioners, and support professionals

- Assumes you are a Windows power user

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Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.
Led by three renowned Windows internals experts, this classic guide is now fully updated for Windows 10 and 8.x. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these hidden behaviors firsthand.
Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:
  • Startup and shutdown
  • The Windows Registry
  • Windows management mechanisms
  • WMI
  • System mechanisms
  • ALPC
  • ETW
  • Cache Manager
  • Windows file systems
  • The hypervisor and virtualization
  • UWP Activation
Revised throughout, this edition also contains three entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support

Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


Drill down into Windows architecture and internals, discover how core Windows components work behind the scenes, and master information you can continually apply to improve architecture, development, system administration, and support.

Written by a combo of a Microsoft developer and renowned Windows internals expert, this classic guide is now fully updated for the latest releases of Windows 10 up to the 2104 update. As always, it combines unparalleled insider perspectives on how Windows behaves "under the hood" with hands-on experiments that let you experience these internal behaviors firsthand.

Part 2 examines these and other key Windows 10 OS components and capabilities:

  • Startup and shutdown using UEFI and secure launch with measured boot
  • The registry
  • Windows management and tracing mechanisms such as WMI and ETW
  • System mechanisms such as ALPC and WNF
  • The cache manager
  • Windows file systems such as NTFS and ReFS
  • Hyper-V and virtualization-based security (VBS)
  • The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application model

Revised throughout, this edition also contains these entirely new chapters:
  • Virtualization technologies
  • System mechanisms
  • Management diagnostics and tracing
  • Caching and file system support
  • Startup and shutdown


The definitive guide to modern Windows internals: new coverage of virtualization, file systems, boot, security, and more.

For advanced computing professionals, this is the definitive up-to-date guide to how Windows core components behave "under the hood." Using it, experienced developers can build more powerful and scalable software, administrators can debug complex system and performance problems, and security researchers can harden their systems. This Seventh Edition is fully updated through the May 2021 (21H1/2104) updates to Windows 10 and Windows Server (2022, 2019, and 2016). It adds extensive content on Hyper-V, plus fully rewritten chapters on the boot process, new storage technologies, and Windows system and management mechanisms. As always, it delivers unparalleled insight based on insider access to Microsoft source code, with hands-on experiments using the latest debugging tools to show you Windows' internal behaviors firsthand. With Windows 11 introducing new user interface design elements that build upon the same core technologies as Windows 10, readers will be well-prepared for this new chapter of computing.

Leading Windows insiders help you:

- Discover system mechanisms for serving device drivers and applications, including ALPC, Object Manager, synchronization, WNF, WoW64, and the processor execution model

- Explore underlying hardware architecture, including trap processing, segmentation, and side channel vulnerabilities

- Understand Windows virtualization, and how virtualization-based security (VBS) protects against OS vulnerabilities

- Delve into key management and configuration mechanisms, including the Registry, Windows services, WMI, and Task Scheduling

- Explore diagnostic services such as Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) and DTrace

- Learn how the cache manager and file system drivers interact to provide reliable support for files, directories, and disks, including on Persistent Memory (NVDIMM) DAX devices.

- Understand NTFS, ReFS, and other Windows file systems

- Review Windows startup/shutdown operations, and OS components involved in boot flow

- Analyze UEFI-based Secure Boot, Measured Boot, and Secure Launch

About This Book

- For experienced programmers, architects, software quality and performance specialists, administrators, security practitioners, and support professionals

- Assumes you are a Windows power user


The definitive guide to modern Windows internals: new coverage of virtualization, file systems, boot, security, and more.

For advanced computing professionals, this is the definitive up-to-date guide to how Windows core components behave "under the hood." Using it, experienced developers can build more powerful and scalable software, administrators can debug complex system and performance problems, and security researchers can harden their systems. This Seventh Edition is fully updated through the May 2021 (21H1/2104) updates to Windows 10 and Windows Server (2022, 2019, and 2016). It adds extensive content on Hyper-V, plus fully rewritten chapters on the boot process, new storage technologies, and Windows system and management mechanisms. As always, it delivers unparalleled insight based on insider access to Microsoft source code, with hands-on experiments using the latest debugging tools to show you Windows' internal behaviors firsthand. With Windows 11 introducing new user interface design elements that build upon the same core technologies as Windows 10, readers will be well-prepared for this new chapter of computing.

Leading Windows insiders help you:

- Discover system mechanisms for serving device drivers and applications, including ALPC, Object Manager, synchronization, WNF, WoW64, and the processor execution model

- Explore underlying hardware architecture, including trap processing, segmentation, and side channel vulnerabilities

- Understand Windows virtualization, and how virtualization-based security (VBS) protects against OS vulnerabilities

- Delve into key management and configuration mechanisms, including the Registry, Windows services, WMI, and Task Scheduling

- Explore diagnostic services such as Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) and DTrace

- Learn how the cache manager and file system drivers interact to provide reliable support for files, directories, and disks, including on Persistent Memory (NVDIMM) DAX devices.

- Understand NTFS, ReFS, and other Windows file systems

- Review Windows startup/shutdown operations, and OS components involved in boot flow

- Analyze UEFI-based Secure Boot, Measured Boot, and Secure Launch

About This Book

- For experienced programmers, architects, software quality and performance specialists, administrators, security practitioners, and support professionals

- Assumes you are a Windows power user

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